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Recent News & Editorials

Below you’ll find our most recent comprehensive reporting from a variety of publications about Liquid Automation and our Projects.


AUGUST 2018

Liquid Automation Team has won Two CEDIA 2018 awards for their work on the 145 foot Sailing Yacht Hemisphere, a 5 man refit located in Cospicua, Malta.
The awards presented where for:208 CEDIA AWARDS

  • Best Marine, Auto, Aircraft
  • Technology Meets Design

This marks a huge milestone for us, as it has now been 10 years in a row that we have won the Best Marine Category! Click on the link below to read the Article.


MAY 2018

Liquid Automation have been featured in the June 2018 Issue of “Widescreen Custom home and Theater Design” Magazine out of the USA for our work on the award winning Melbourne home theater . A special thank you to Wavetrain Theaters who we worked with on this project.  Click on the link below to read the Article.


February 2018

Liquid Automation have been featured on the CEDIA website - an article written about the project for which we won Best Integrated Home (level 4), Best Media Room (level 3) and Best Documentation in August 2017. Click here to read the article.

MARINE PROJECT

M/Y Andiamo

42.56m (140 Ft)

Savannah, Georgia, USA

Audio/Video, Kaleidescape and Navigation distributed over Crestron Digital Media.

Entertainment for the following locations: Master Stateroom, Master Study, Master Ensuite, Guest 1-3, Guest Lobby, Main deck Saloon, Main Aft Deck, Dining, Galley, Bridge Deck, Brige Deck Aft, Fly Bridge, Captain, Crew Mess.

The system allows users easy access to multiple AV sources such as the Kaleidescape video server, Apple TV, Mini Mac, Sat TV and three navigation feeds.

THE SYSTEM:

Control

  • iPads
  • Crestron 2-way RF colour touch panel.
  • 16 x 16 Digital Media frame

Audio Video Server

There are 4 Kaleidescape players available to all TV’s.

Features

The original speakers were active, running on a proprietary audio distribution network.

As this system was replaced with Crestron Digital Media, we needed to modify all the speakers around the boat from active to passive. This was a better option than replacing all of the speakers as the installation was custom and this would have required a huge amount of carpentry rework.

We took a measurement graph of the original speaker response, then removed the active amplifier and then measured the individual speaker response. With this information, we then acquired a passive x-over network that would work with the individual drivers. Once we tested the new passive speaker and were happy with the results, we then set changed all remaining speakers on the boat.